This is officially the first time I’ve gone over tag questions. Although I don’t use them often, it’s still a useful technique to not only keep the conversation going, but to also get a response.
Tag questions are added to the end of a statement to turn it into a question. They’re used when the speaker expects the listener to agree.
The new mall near Chatuchak park doesn’t make much sense, does it?
This condo is as big as the old condo, isn’t it?
The tag has the same tense as the statement. The verb tense helps you determine what word to use in the tag.
Present simple / no auxiliary do/does Your parents live in the city, don’t they?
To be in the simple tense repeat the main verb There is an open office plan, isn’t it?
To have as the main verb do/does or has/have He has an office, doesn’t he?
Present continuous are/is He is living in the city, isn’t he?
Present Perfect has/have He has moved to the suburbs, hasn’t he?